Cutouts are selling for $100, but have to be purchased by September 4.
You may not be able to go to the games just yet, but the Broncos want to see your face anyway. Taking a cue from Major League Baseball, the Broncos are letting fans buy cutouts with any image they want for $100 a pop.
Net proceeds from the sale of these cutouts will go to the nonprofit, charity arm of the football team, Denver Broncos Charities.
"As we begin the 2020 season without fans in attendance at Empower Field at Mile High, we want to provide you with an opportunity to be a part of our gameday experience while supporting a great cause," said the Broncos.
You have until Friday, September 4, to buy your cutout, and the Broncos say quantity is limited, so don't wait!
"For $100—with all of the net proceeds benefiting Denver Broncos Charities—you can purchase a fan cutout with the image of your choice and be in attendance when the Broncos take the field. Who knows, you may even get lucky and have your family and friends spot you on TV!" said the team.
As with the MLB, you don't necessarily need to put your beautiful mug on the cutouts. You can choose your image, so if you want to put Where's Waldo in the stands, go for it. But, make sure you choose wisely, as there will be no refunds for the cutouts no matter what, and the team can reject images that don't meet requirements.
There are a few rules to follow: the cutouts can not be wearing any attire that promotes other teams, brands, and so on. No logos, slogans, or political content will be allowed, and neither will negative comments about other teams. Obviously, your photo must be fully clothed ... no cardboard versions of streaking in the stands. Photos should also not have arms raised.
"We will make every effort to keep the cutouts in the stands every game of the 2020 season. All seat placement will be random," said the Broncos. "In the event we can allow limited fans to attend games we will make every effort to accommodate the cutouts but may have to remove them based on seat availability."
After the cutouts are no longer in use, the team says it will recycle all the cardboard (please note, you won't be able to get it back).
If you hope to catch a glimpse of your cheering face in the stands, you can personalize a cutout on the Fan Cutouts website.
Will you be purchasing and personalizing a cardboard doppleganger for the Empower Field at Mile High stands? Let us know in the comments.